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Play Piano By Ear Method - Using A Simple Number System: Learn Piano With Rosa, #1

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Play Piano By Ear Method - Using A Simple Number System: Learn Piano With Rosa, #1

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Have you ever wanted a method to learn to play by EAR?  My method has proven to be very successful for many students.

Level: Beginners to Advanced

In this course, you will learn 10 steps to start playing songs by EAR. The principles of playing by ear are laid out in detail. I also demonstrate in audios and in 40 videos with animated dotted keyboards to teach you how to play in different keys with the Asian Numeric Music Notation. Each video shows a song demonstrated in at least 3 keys.

This is a further look at the approach I take in this Series.


To play a song by ear, first limit yourself to the 7 scale tones of a key.

I use software-animated videos that show you clearly how to apply the simple Asian Music Notation to playing songs by ear. I first demonstrate how this is easily done in the key of C.

Play song easily in ALL 12 KEYS

What you can do to the key of C can easily be done to any key, even in the more difficult keys such as Db key, B key or F# key. The thinking and application is CONSISTENT in all 12 keys.

In my videos, using 40 songs, I show you how to apply the Asian Numeric Music Notation to playing songs in all 12 different keys. I purposely also choose some of the harder keys to play in (B, Db, F#) so that you can see how easy the system is once your thinking is clear.

Playing in all keys: Simplified FINGERING and HANDSHAPES

I learned the traditional fingering of playing all 12 major scales. I want to stress: when I follow this numeric notation, I do not use the fingering prescribed by the traditional method because it does not lend itself to playing songs easily in different keys. The traditional fingerings work great for classical pieces.

However, my fingering is very simple and it would not clash with any of your traditional learning at all. I explain it in the course. The easy handshape and fingering help you play easily without thinking too much about flats or sharps when playing with the more difficult keys. The idea is to be consistent in your learning process.

Once you master a key, you can use any kind of fingering you please. The whole idea is to help you play by ear and play with ease right away. This is my primary concern in my teaching, throughout all the Series. You need a QUIET AND FOCUSED mind to learn to play by EAR so that you can listen DEEPLY to the sounds and not be concerned with inconsistent fingerings.


A lot of ear training programs want to help us to LISTEN DEEPLY to the sounds. My approach uses songs to help you listen DEEPLY to the tones you play rather than naming the intervals such as M6, m6, m2, M2, m7 or M7 etc. If playing songs by ear is what you want, this is perfect for you. If you want to learn sound intervals and distinguish them, you would have to go for ear training software for those drilling exercises.

Have fun,


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